The Australian Foreign Ministry said in a statement that the government has imposed sanctions on disinformation propaganda and leaders who have attempted to justify the illegal invasion of Ukraine, and against political and security figures who have supported the aggression.
The list of entities subject to the sanctions of Australia due to the Russian aggression against Ukraine has grown to 827 people and 62 institutions – confirmed.
The new sanctions will include 11 people and 12 entities for promoting Russian propaganda, four people and three entities for their role in the invasion of Ukraine, and four people for supporting this aggression.
In the group of sanctioned persons there, among others First Deputy Head of the Federal Security Service of Russia (FSB) Sergey KorolevAnd First Deputy Chief of the General Staff of Russia Nikolai Bogdanovsky And Ukrainian lawmaker Ilya Kyowa expelled from the countrywho publicly supported Russia’s actions in Ukraine.
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Among the entities subject to sanctions A private military company known as the Wagner Group and referred to as “fait accompli”. President Putin’s private army“that supported pro-Russian separatists in the self-proclaimed republics of Donbass, she wrote. Two Belarusian companies were sanctioned due to Belarus’ strategic support to Russian forces.
As imposed by the Australian government “Targeted financial sanctions” against the so-called Troll farmsShe added that the disinformation that creates and disseminates misinformation online, much of it is linked to Russian intelligence services.
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